Thursday 12 December 2019

(Ad - Gifted) The most Chutney-ful time of the year!

I love finding new brands and foods to try and recently I was asked if I would like to try some chutney's from Kit's Chutney!

Kit & Max Maharajh are an uncle and nephew who love great tasting food. For years Kit had been making a spicy, minty, fresh tasting Peanut Chutney in his kitchen using a recipe had been passed down through five generations of the Maharajh family. In June 2018 the first jar of Peanut Chutney was sold at a stall at Bognor Carnival and as they say the rest is history.

This homemade Peanut Chutney is made in Kit's kitchen in Sussex. You can use it as a spread, dip, marinade or you can just grab a spoon and eat it out the jar.

Kit's Peanut Chutney is home made with natural ingredients: Peanuts (34%), Coriander, Mint Sauce, Garlic, Chillies (4%), Tamarind, Salt, Water. It’s a vegan recipe, gluten free, and contains no artificial preservatives.

The colour might put some people off but once you get past that you will be amazed. I smelled it first and it smelled so fresh. You can really smell the mint and it reminded me of my favourite dip from the Indian takeaway shop.

I have tried it on a roast chicken sandwich and of course as a dip and it tastes so good. There is a good kick from the chillies but it isn't too spicy to make it uneatable or unenjoyable. 

I have had a look at the recipes where the peanut chutney can be used and it's so versatile. I am going to give the Sprouts Tossed in Kit's Peanut Chutney a try over Christmas. I think the kids might even try them this way!

 Kit's Red Chutney is created in a nut free environment and is made with a blend of tasty tomatoes, punchy peppers and red chillies, a welcome addition to any dish!

Ingredients: Red Peppers (30%), Tomato Passata (28%), Tomato Paste (22%), Red Chillies (9%), Water, Lemon Juice (Sulphites), Cumin, Cornstarch, Salt, Sugar.

We have used this as a dip and it is so good. It is slightly spicier than the peanut chutney but it is just as tasty. I am planning to use it over Christmas with cheese and crackers and I imagine it would taste amazing on burgers and great in Spaghetti Bolognese!

Kit's Chutney have the perfect gift for foodies. Whether you want to spice up your leftovers, or you're looking for the perfect Secret Santa present for the condiment connoisseur, you can't go wrong with the Kit’s Chutney Christmas Gift Box!

The Christmas Gift Box is presented in a sustainable straw packed box and includes two 180g jars of Kit’s Red Chutney and Kit’s Peanut Chutney.

The Peanut Chutney and Red Chutney Christmas Gift box retails at £10 and includes postage and packaging and is available from Kit's Chutney.

I was sent The Christmas Gift Box in exchange for this blog post.

1 comment :

  1. My husband would be VERY jealous of these to taste if he knew about them, he is a proper chutmey lover.